In this tutorial I will show you how to write code for three small div boxes inside one large div box.
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Thank you Devon Timmerman
I am a newbie to Dreamweaver
Your video is great!
I give your video a ten, you even explain why things are put into the code!
I have been trying to make a link bar using Divs (13 boxes across, 3 down).
I could not figure-out how to put multiple Divs side by side.
One person did two Divs, but made the large box force them together.
You nailed it with the two first two Divs, both float left, with padding and margins to align them! Thank you so much!
I found the voice to be easy to understand!
The voice does seem weird at first, but as I followed the instructions, I greatly appreciated its clarity!
As someone else mentioned, you explain things calmly without rushing!!!
I have a great problem understanding peoples voices giving instructions in videos, I can not understand the voice of many persons.
I am from the USA, I especially can't understand the persons with accents from England!
Great Lesson, Thanks again!!! - Norman -
Thank you for such a great video, you managed to make it so simple to understand. I've wasted time and money on tutorials through sites like Lynda and Udemy which don't make it as accessible as you have!
Thanks for your video. You explain every step clearly without rushing so the views can follow.My further question is that you do this with fixed number pixels for each box, padding and margin. As you resize the IE/Chrome/F..., the boxes will not hold the relative position. If you can show the way to resolve the problem, I am appreciated.
+Nik Duncan Sometimes that can not always work as expected (perhaps different browsers render things differently) so instead you could replace the margin: 0 auto; with :-
and it'll work the same for centering largebox...
+Gino Romeo Add the following to largebox's style rules:
-the '0' means the margin to be added above and below the div and the 'auto' means Left and Right edges.
-As it is auto this means the browser looks at the width of the document (ie the page) and then works out that the width of the document minus the div's width leaves N pixels left. This amount (N) is then shared between the left and right to center the div.
-Assume the document is 1000px and we know the largebox div is 800px so this means 1000-800 leaves 200px which will cause the browser to assign 100px margin to both the left and the right.
Hey Devon thanks for the tutorial. I am still learning Dreamweaver (self-taught) and have been looking for this type of video for quite some time. Everyone wants to show how to float two div boxes but yours was the first to show three. Other than the robotic voice, this video was great. Keep it up. I'm sure I'll be needing the help. ;o)
@spectre5517 if you are still looking for a answer, you make 1 large container and in there you make for every picture or color you want to show a seperate container inside the large container. here is a link for a test: https://jsfiddle.net/v7oakjyr/
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